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Fiancee was denied her visa and issued a 221g.

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Her interview was today and she was unfortunately denied. The reason she was given was the interviewer didn't believe in the relationship but didn't ask to see any of the proof she brought with her. She was issued a 221g but it doesn't say anything about whag documents she needs. I did get a email saying it will be sent back to USCIS where it will be expired. I'm confused on what the next move should be.

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As stated above, your best bet would be getting married, gathering as much evidence as possible and apply for a spousal visa.

Hope everything goes well.

 

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Agree marry, more time etc etc.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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No harm most unlikely anything will change.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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1 hour ago, Reconnecting Reco said:

Did you email the consulate general for the embassy in the states or the embassy in the country your fiancee was in?

There are no US embassies inside the US.


 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Reconnecting Reco said:

Did you email the consulate general for the embassy in the states or the embassy in the country your fiancee was in?

I emailed the IV unit at the embassy where the interview was.  I did a synopsis of my understanding of the interview and where the interview went sideways and why.  My email was factual,  unemotional and respectful. 

 

When I did this I thought I had a better chance to win the lottery than get a positive result from my email 


YMMV

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16 hours ago, Reconnecting Reco said:

Her interview was today and she was unfortunately denied. The reason she was given was the interviewer didn't believe in the relationship but didn't ask to see any of the proof she brought with her. She was issued a 221g but it doesn't say anything about whag documents she needs. I did get a email saying it will be sent back to USCIS where it will be expired. I'm confused on what the next move should be.

That's personally very scary to me. Why wouldn't they even want to see proof during the interview? You can do so much to prepare a case, have enough evidence for your NOA2, and then just on a whim a consulate agent can just be like, "Nope.". 

 

Are they just trying to get applicants in and out of there so they can go to lunch early or something? I'm very sorry this has happened to you. My fiance, when she applied for a tourist visa two times, and she was denied outright at the interview stage, she feels so nervous about the K1 interview that they'll just flatly deny her, despite all of our evidence of our relationship. 

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